Fiddle solo, Kathleen Brennan - piano, Decca 12085. Coleman had recorded both of these jigs previously, Tell Her I Am in 1927 and Richard Brennan's in 1922. His setting of Tell Her I Am is now universal, although Patsy Touhey recorded a fascinating piping setting on a wax cylinder, and O'Neill's has another version from another great Irish American piper of those times, Barney Delaney. Richard Brennan was a Sligo fiddler a bit older than Coleman, and the jig named in his honor was also recorded by James Morrison. This makes for an excellent tune on the flute or pipes as well, after doing away with the variations that go below these instruments' lowest note (D).